1. BTS - Blood, Sweat, and Tears (Japanese Ver.)
BTS, one of Korea's hottest boy bands of the century, released a Japanese version of Blood Sweat and Tears, the title song of their latest album. With a unique and different filming sequence compared to the Korean version that caused fans to theorize the true meaning behind this album.
2. Black Pink - As If It's Your Last (Japanese Ver.)
Blackpink, the rising girl band from YG Entertainment, released a Japanese version of their hit song As If It's Your Last. receiving a warm welcome from the fandom hitting more than 1.2 million views.
3. NCT Dream - Chewing Gum (Chinese Ver.)
NCT Dream, sub-unit to SM's NCT, consists of seven members: Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle, and Jisung. With their debut song 'Chewing Gum,' the unit managed to gain support from various fans.
4. Winner - Love Me Love Me (Japanese Ver.)
After a long hiatus and the loss of member Nam Taehyun, Winner managed to come back with four promising singles. With 'Love Me, Love Me' being one of their more recent releases since April. Winner has shown fans a refreshingly different style of music different from their YG family's general look.
5. EXO - MAMA (Chinese Ver.)
It doesn't seem like it was that long ago but it has already been 5 years since the release of "MAMA." This shows the boys' creativeness and extraordinary talents. The visuals are stunning, the dances are on point. Oh, how I miss the Chinese members from EXO-M.
6. TWICE - TT (Japanese Ver.)
With the original Korean version, surpassing over 200 million views, it's no wonder these girls continue to win the hearts of many with their cute dance move that quickly became an international pose. 'TT' Japanese version has gotten over 30 million views.
7. CL - Lifted (English)
The "mom of the internet," as her fans like to call her, broke into the American music industry with her one of a kind 'Lifted' that truly lifted the spirits of many GZBs.
8. Amber - Need to Feel Needed (English)
The famed rapper from SM group f(x), shares very soothing, personal song that was self-composed and directed, Amber shares with her fans her quirky silly side as she skillfully puts together 'Need to Feel Needed.'
9. BAP - Wake Me Up (Japanese Ver.)
Shortly after the release of 'Wake Me Up,' Billboard recognized it as "KPOP's Act Most Personal and Accomplished Single Yet." Which proves to show that these boys are truly the best and are absolutely perfect with all they do.
10. BTS - Danger (Vietnamese Ver.)
This isn't an "official song" but I wanted to include it on this list. BTS has risen to become one of the most successful KPOP groups in this decade and prove to be multi-talented boys. For our Vietnamese speakers out there, BTS covers the chorus of their own Danger in agreeably acceptable Vietnamese.